Woodello Industries has released the Mastery Bridge, a replacement bridge for the sometimes problematic stock ones on some famous Fender models.
Let’s face it, the buzzing bridges of some Fender models (including the Jazzmaster, Jaguar, Mustang, JagStang, Bass VI or Bigsby-equipped Telecaster models) have long been an issue. The Mastery Bridge is presented as a solution to eliminate these unwelcome noises, as the brand claims its new post design has a dramatic effect on the transfer of string-to-body energy, thus giving your guitar a much greater resonance.
According to the brand, the patent-pending Mastery Bridge is crafted and assembled in Minneapolis, MN, using the finest materials available. Each individual bridge is said to be inspected and tested on a guitar before being shipped so as to ensure the best possible performance. Every part of the bridge is made of non-corrosive materials to protect against any rust.
The brand also names artists such as Nels Cline and Jeff Tweedy of Wilco, as well as Thurston Moore & Lee Renaldo of Sonic Youth among the users of the Mastery Bridge – which is likely to say a lot when you know the extensive use they all have made of vintage Fender guitars all along their respective careers.
The Mastery Bridge is exclusively available for order at the brand’s website (which unfortunately currently annonces it as sold out for the moment), and is not available as of now through any other online source or retailer.
MSRP is $159.00.
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